The government sent letters to 20,000 people in Georgia that their status on their applications does not match that already on file. Those notified have until Sept. 5 to respond or their coverage will end Sept. 30.
At least one applicant was to be interviewed Wednesday to become the next director of the East Central Health District headquartered in Augusta, the acting director said Tuesday night.
ATLANTA -- Georgia's average premium for insurance through the Affordable Care Act exchange is the second-lowest among the 36 states using the federally run marketplace, according to a report released Wednesday.
Obamacare is the biggest clunker to roll off the Beltway assembly line.
Five years ago, Quintin Floyd left his hometown of Washington, D.C., with one goal in mind: graduate. With his family in attendance, Floyd's dream became a reality Sunday.
ATLANTA -- More than 50,000 uninsured Georgians have been assessed as eligible for Medicaid or PeachCare coverage through the enrollment process for the health insurance exchange.
Certainly the Founding Fathers would be surprised to learn that today the federal government believes citizens forfeit that freedom when they become employers.
In Georgia's traditional state hospital system plus strong community services, individuals with mental health disorders would have a safety net.
ST. PAUL, Minn. - After more than a week in action, is a key feature of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul a success or a bust? Judging by the dearth of data, it's virtually impossible to say.
A delegation from the Ministry of Health & Welfare of South Korea toured Augusta facilities Monday to study disaster preparedness at the local level.